Omega-3 and Insulin Sensitivity posted on January 26, 2015 insulin. benefits of omegasomegas Share this Post Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google Plus January 26, 2015 Researchers reported in October 2014 that a higher Omega-3 fatty acid index is associated with increased insulin sensitivity and improved metabolic profile in overweight men. The AHA states that metabolic syndrome affects approximately 34% of American adults. In this study, researchers evaluated 47 overweight men with an average age of 46.5 years. Increasing Omega-3 index was associated with higher insulin sensitivity and disposition index and lower CRP levels. This is another benefit of Omega-3 fatty acids. Here is the link to the article: Omega-3 Fatty Acid Index Correlates With Insulin Sensitivity God bless you and to your good health! Joyce Gibb MS, CRNP Ask The Pharmacist Group, LLC Omega-3 800 W/ TRIGLYCERIDE (60)-Original Formulation-NO LONGER AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE-SEE LINK BELOW FOR NEW PRODUCT INTRODUCTION $27.99 Read more No ratings. Omega-3 2800 (5 OZ)-Original Formulation-NO LONGER AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE-SEE LINK BELOW FOR NEW PRODUCT INTRODUCTION $42.99 Read more No ratings.